Research Output per year
UWA Research Development Award (2009) for $14,370: ‘Does foreign aid make governments less transparent?’
School Travel Grant (2005) for $2,700 to attend Global Conference of Business and Economics at Oxford University in June.
School Research Grant (2005) for $9,450 to assist in completion of PhD thesis and publication of journal articles arising from thesis.
Dr Williams is currently the Director of Education at the UWA Business School, and a Senior Lecturer in Economics. He has been the recipient of a number of teaching and research awards, inlcuing Best Lecturer (2008 and 2013), the UWA Best Published Article by an Early Career Researcher (2011), and the UWA Established Researcher Price (2010). His research focuses on the links between the transparency of public institutions and economic outcomes, the economic consequences of corruption, as well as education economics.
- Transparency and accountability
- Measurement of transparency and accountability
- Economic corruption
- Economic development
- Global development
- Good governance
- Institutions and macroeconomic volatility
- Institutional consequences of natural resources
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Conference paper
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
The Impact of Supplementary On-Line Resources on Academic Performance: A Study of First-Year University Students Studying EconomicsBirch, E. & Williams, A., 2013, International Education Studies. Canada: Canadian Center of Science and Education, p. 95-103
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Other chapter contribution
Andrew Williams (Recipient), 31 Dec 2011
Andrew Williams (Recipient), 31 Dec 2008